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3D printed in white nylon plastic polished to reveal a smooth matte finish.
The AL-12P was designed by A. Ambrosini and was a high-wing cantilever monoplane with a wood-ribbed fuselage covered with stressed molded plywood. It wing had a foliated spruce plywood spar and was covered with plywood although the ailerons were fabric covered. It also had large slotted spoilers that could be opened perpendicular above and below the wing. The pilot and co-pilot sat side by side in the nose which made from plywood-covered welded steel tubes and was hinged to allow cargo to be loaded into the fuselage, a passenger door was fitted on the right hand side of the fuselage. It could carry 12 fully equipped troops or the equivalent weight in equipment.  The company built 16 AL-12Ps for the Italian Army